We are now in the 21st century. So, we expect things to change for good. Even the cultures we knew of or were born into are changing. This will one day change, too. .....
Agba, Feldman, Oroko for November guest writer session
Abuja Writers Forum (AWF) will host Goddy Jedy Agba, Ambassador Guy Feldman and Ausin Oroko at its November 25th edition of Guest Writer Session at Nanet Suites, Central Business District, Abuja. Time is 4pm.
Freedom of art expression for Lagos street boys
In a bid to give the youths in Nigeria a voice and set them on the right path, Beyond Borders Artist Association of Nigeria (BBAAN), in collaboration with Lagos State Ministry of Youth and Social Development....
Aina: Our dream is to make Nigeria a knowledgeable economy
There is no doubt that apathy towards reading has remained on the increase, especially among the young generation, who are further alienated by social media.
Obiageli: UNESCO’s posthumous award on Okigbo is honour for Nigeria
Obiageli Annabel Ibrahimat Okigbo is the President of Christopher Okigbo Foundation (COF). The Oxford Brooks University-trained architect is the daughter of Christopher Ifekandu Okigbo...
QMA records over 1, 000 entries as auditions begin
The second edition of the Queen Moremi Ajasoro Pageant (QMA), competition has received over one thousand entries and the auditions will kick off from Monday October 30 to Wednesday November 1...
Peterside: We want to ensure that the lifeline of Nigerian artists is sustained
I was in the middle of an MBA programme, doing a masters in Business Administration, and, after the Venice Biennale, I went back to my masters programme and made up an extensive research project with my classmates from all over the world.
Oke: Poetry is not art for people in search of quick material success
Thank you. Not much has changed or is likely to change in the way I live – a simple life devoted to literary creativity. But that’s if it’s entirely in my powers to determine what happens in my life, which isn’t the case, as with everyone else.
Expect electrifying performances at MUSON Festival Gala 2017, says Nwokedi
I can only say that music is music and the only thing is that we have great talent in Nigeria and if given the opportunity to develop, I think we are comparable to anyone you can find anywhere in the world.
Omeike tasks writers on repositioning their works to earn money
Julie Agnes Omeike, author of Iye, recently stated that her NGO, Talent Empowerment Programme (TEP), is working out ways to make writers earn good money from their works.